Green Holiday

Surely we shouldn't be cutting down a tree? As a child, these pangs of guilt were short lived and immediately washed away by the warmth and glitter of decorating day. As an adult, though, the environmental impact of my choices is important to me.
Who said Halloween has to be all orange and black? With a little do-it-yourself work and imagination, All Hallows' Eve can go green, too.
"It's costing Americans around $165 billion a year that they're spending on food they're not eating, and for the average
Below are a few of our ideas for green resolutions for 2013, and we’d love for you to add your own New Year's goals as well
After promising that, for once, you would get holiday shopping done early this year, you’ve found yourself in a familiar
While we often focus on sources of outdoor air pollution, there are many concrete things we can do to make sure the air we breathe inside our homes is as healthy as possible, especially around the holidays. What follows are some holiday tips for helping keep your indoor air safe.
From Mother Nature Network's Laura Moss: From Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, household waste increases by more than 25 percent
From Networx's Chaya Kurtz: According to University of Minnesota economist Joel Waldfogel, Americans spend about $65 billion
From Earth911's Mary Mazzoni: Handmade gifts are the ideal way to show loved ones you care without the hustle, bustle and
That is a whole lot of green for a holiday that isn’t really so... green. According to a 2008 article in Slate Magazine about